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99.9% sunshine and outdoors.

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2031
4 weeks ago
Outdoor
Room Type
Soil
Medium
Topping
Technique
FIMing
Technique
Defoliation
Technique
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99.9% sunshine and outdoors. week 2
99.9% sunshine and outdoors. week 2
99.9% sunshine and outdoors. week 2. 99.9% sunshine and outdoors. week 2.
Grow Conditions
Week 2
Vegetation
7.62
inch
cm
Height
3
inch
cm
Height
12 hrs
Light Schedule
16
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
60
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6.8
pH
15%
Air Humidity
20
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
68
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
9
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
48
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
0.25
gal
l
Pot Size
0.95
gal
l
Pot Size
0.07
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
0.26
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Commented by ExperimentGREEN ExperimentGREEN
8 months ago

So for the first few weeks of this plant there aren't as many photos as I'd have liked. However I got the essentials.
This 2nd week she was dealing with very harsh weather and if she wasnt meant to be an outdoors plant, I'm not sure she'd have survived. She wasn't receiving as much direct sunlight hours and naturally began to stretch a bit.
None the less she still managed to break soil and grow given the colder weather and sunlight she received from being moved all over each day to follow the sunshine as there is only 12 hours of it available each day. I've realized that even on an overcast day the sun will grow a plant.
Happy Healthy growing everyone. :green_heart:

Grow Questions
ExperimentGREEN week 20 started grow question 3 months ago
Hey all, so my pistils have had discolored and some dry/shriviled looking tips for a few weeks now. This seems a bit premature to me. You can notice in the 7th pic this week and several the weeks before. Has anyone experienced this, otherwise any possible ideas it could be?Thanks
Color Edges Appear Brown or Burnt
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HighTV answered grow question 3 months ago
Hia there @ExperimentGREEN! I looked at the pictures you mentioned and see those pistil tips. Now typically immediately the first think I think of when I see browning Pistil tips that early into flowering (several weeks ago) I immediately think that she has been pollinated and is about to start producing seeds. This would have been my go to answer 2-3 weeks ago because you are outdoors. However if you have not started to see a progression in the Browning and don't see any clear indications of seeds forming then clearly this is not the case 3 weeks later. The second things I go to are the most common things and that is a light burn or heat! You are outside and mention heats pushing 98F that's crazy hot for the plants and this can cause that twisting you see at the tips of the pistils. Unfortunately there isn't much you can do in that case unless you can move them to shade. Just be sure there are no seeds forming and really you should be just fine!! :sunglasses: (Obviously this should go without saying but use the Trichomes to determine the harvest window not the Pistilis)
ExperimentGREEN week 22 started grow question 3 months ago
Hey, So I've been battling low humidity nonstop. Does anyone have advice on how to give a plant extra moisture or trick it into thinking its more humid? Other than building a greenhouse.
Other General Questions
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farmerbrett answered grow question 2 months ago
You can erect a misting system, like they have on restaurant patios in the summer time. Put it on a timer, and have it go off for 5 minutes every hour or two. It's easier than standing in front of your plant all day with a spray bottle. Or you can water the area around the plant every morning. Or you can set up a soaker hose on a timer to go off every couple hours around the plant. As it warms up the evaporation will raise the humidity. :tongue:
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